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Training Log: Mark3

In the last 7 days:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Running - Offroad2 5:41:33 26.5(12:53) 42.65(8:01) 3140
  Orienteering - Forest2 2:18:25 14.75(9:23) 23.74(5:50) 543
  Running - Road/Track1 44:28 6.4(6:57) 10.29(4:19) 246
  Orienteering - Urban1 19:41 3.01(6:33) 4.84(4:04) 12
  Total6 9:04:07 50.65(10:45) 81.52(6:40) 3940

Sunday Jun 26 #

11 AM

Running - Road/Track 44:28 [3] 10.29 km (4:19 / km) +246m 3:52 / km
ahr:147 max:169

Saturday Jun 25 #

10 AM

Running - Offroad race (Buttermere) 5:03:50 [5] 36.1 km (8:25 / km) +2880m 6:01 / km
ahr:140 max:172 shoes: Mudclaw G260 v2

Friday Jun 24 #

12 PM

Running - Offroad (Kerridge loop) 37:43 [3] 6.55 km (5:46 / km) +260m 4:48 / km
ahr:133 max:156 (sick) shoes: Peregrine 11 ST

Easyish loop, couple of hills. Feeling less cold-y now so hopefully can untick this tomorrow.
Looking forward to Buttermere as it's a great route.

Thursday Jun 23 #

6 PM

Orienteering - Urban race (Crewe Queen's Park) 19:41 [5] 4.84 km (4:04 / km) +12m 4:01 / km
ahr:144 max:160 (sick)

Double sprint. Good map and straightforward area meant that one mistake on one of the courses cost me the win, terrible nav just trying to go too fast, cost me at least 30s and lost by 9 :(

Good fun tho and Em did really well for 2nd woman.

Wednesday Jun 22 #

7 PM

Orienteering - Forest race (Polly Lander MaccH O) 1:29:23 [5] 16.05 km (5:34 / km) +528m 4:47 / km
ahr:141 max:156 (sick) shoes: Pegasus 36 Trail

Psyched for this since Allen took 'my' trophy last year and I wanted it back!
2 and 3 compulsory first controls were significantly overlapping so very nearly missed the second of them. Then was helped quite a bit by having done this event multiple times before... Have had a control on the ruin before and knew there was a path all the way to the footbridge despite it not being mapped, etc etc.

Didn't carry on far enough to the path up Jep Clough so added a few hundred metres extra distance, then later on was confused because one path was through thick, established woodland (no trees on map) and then again because the path I was on was obliterated by the control circle.

Then the final control was in the wrong place and I spent 5 mins looking for it before Andy told me they'd spent a while earlier and it was on a different gate. Sigh.

Luckily I was well ahead of everyone else and so still took the victory despite this.

Lovely evening and good running. Bit sketchy at times with these shoes, think they're due for retirement.

Tuesday Jun 21 #

6 PM

Orienteering - Forest race (Brereton Heath) 49:02 [4] 7.69 km (6:22 / km) +14m 6:19 / km
ahr:132 max:160 (sick) shoes: Roclite G275

I suck at proper (forest) orienteering.

There was more vegetation than last year and it was pretty hard to match up the paths on the map with those on the ground; last year you could just take compass bearings everywhere but it was too dense for that this year. Will be amusing to see the splits.

Looking forward to more urbans.

Mucus is en route to solidifying and lemsip meant I felt more or less normal for most of the day.

Monday Jun 20 #

(sick) (rest day)


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